FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, October 15, 2018
CONTACT: Sara Rabern (605) 773-3215
PIERRE, S.D.- Attorney General Marty Jackley announced today that Special Agent Cameron Corey was awarded the 2018 Outstanding Service Award from the Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment.
“Agent Corey is well-deserving of this award for his tireless work to prevent and intervene in child maltreatment cases, which has provided greater protection for our children and communities in Northeastern South Dakota.”
Corey was recognized for his relentless dedication and service in the effort to eradicate child maltreatment in South Dakota.
Corey has over 20 years of law enforcement experience and has dedicated his career to helping victims of violent crime. In addition to his work as a special agent for the Division of Criminal Investigation, Corey was named to Jolene’s Task Force to assist in the study of child sexual abuse in South Dakota and was implemental in assisting with the creation of the REACH team.
The REACH team is a multi-disciplinary team consisting of a private, public partnership between Sanford Child’s Voice, South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation, Watertown Police Department, South Dakota Department of Social Services – Child Protection Services, Human Service Agency, Beacon Center and the Codington County State’s Attorney’s Office.